This has been long overdue. The first TRC Christmas Party should have happened back in 2012 but really, there’s a time for everything. Even for partying.
And so we’re having it this year! Although this is a strictly-for-TRC-members-only event, I will be giving away two slots to attend this event under my name. Email me at email@example.com if you want to attend.
Are you ready to party, TRC? Here’s Bro. Bo’s invitation to you! :) Continue reading
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Many OFW’s have started to realize and understand the importance of insurance for them and their family members. This is the result of the financial literacy awareness projects being pushed by several individuals and groups.
However, there are cities and countries that have limitations when it comes to buying life insurance products. Or OFW’s simply have no access and means to get in touch with financial advisors in the country of their work.
Just a couple of days ago, I bumped into an old friend who works at AXA Philippines and told me about their latest marketing strategy to offer their insurance products: The AXA Insurance Online or AXA iON. Continue reading
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The Gilas Fever is not yet over. In fact, it’s just started. After the Cinderella run in the elimination round of the FIBA Worlds, the Philippine team still emerged as champions in the hearts of both the Filipinos and foreign fans. Yes, they lost 4 times and won only once. But in all those almost-won-close-games, what really prevailed was the big heart or “puso” that has really earned the admiration and respect of all.
Here’s a very heart-warming blog from a friend who was very well known for giving enlightening and non-biased advise to her listeners and followers. Being the other half of the very popular and sorely missed puso-filled Paul and Cherry of Lite Rock Favorites of the Week (LRFW) of the defunct radio station, 96.3 WRocK, Cherry once again shares her wisdom and personal views about Gilas and how this can relate to our everyday lives.
Sit back, read, and be inspired! Puso! Continue reading
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Tagged 96.3 wrock hosts, andray blatche filipino, cherry bayle tv5, gilas pilipinas, jason castro, jimmy alapag
Awesome kids deserve awesome recognition.
May kilala ka bang Anak Expat na may ibang klaseng Talino o Talento?
Ask them to join BPI Search for the Ten Outstanding Expat Pinoy Children!
Expat Pinoys (OFWs) are truly deserving of their titles as the country’s modern-day heroes. They are living showcases of the endearing characteristics of Filipinos, bringing honor to the country through the diligence and resourcefulness they demonstrate in their work. They help tremendously in the progress of the country through their earnings and remittances. Continue reading
If you buy a treadmill and just decide to make at least 15 minutes of running everyday, do you know that your decision to doing this for the whole year is just going to happen for a few days only? Do you know that when you just “decide” to reduce your spending or to save money, that mere decision will likely not going to happen?
I remember hearing from one of my respected mentors that almost everything that we do everyday aren’t really decisions but rather habits that we ourselves have brought into being along the way. And that includes our “automatic” money habits which are actually one of the main reasons why many people’s pockets get seriously damaged.
One example of this is when you drop by a fastfood restaurant on your way home and order anything that you don’t even like just because you want to bring something to your family members. And even if your loved ones don’t eat them anymore (nagsawa na), you still bring the same value meals and leave them to rot on your dining table. Continue reading
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Not one. Not two. Not three. Not even ten OFW’s have become victims of a “promising” managed forex trading opportunity offered by the culprit American Michael Atkins and some Filipino friends based in Singapore to mostly OFW’s around the world. About a hundred or even more people have fed a monster with their hard-earned cash.
In the past several months, our team has been warning OFW’s about the potential trouble that managed forex trading companies may bring them. But still a lot of them didn’t listen and fell prey to one of the predators.
The name of the scamming forex trading monster in Singapore was Aureus Capital. Notoriously known as well as Amasis Capital back in Indonesia. Continue reading
For the past two weeks, many of our members from the Truly Rich Club and OFW UsapangPiso groups have been asking whether it is good to invest in preferred shares being offered by Globe Telecoms. And there were a handful of questions as to what are the differences between common shares and preferred shares since the latter sounds relatively alien to them as new investors.
Most new investors are familiar only about earning through investing in common shares as this what they initially learned from seminars or from other online resources. But common stock investors should also know is that investing in preferred shares is another way to earn in the stock market. Continue reading
What is the New Rich Society?
The New Rich Society is an online learning series about creating multiple sources of income.
Its focus is to help Filipinos discover and learn different ways to make money, so they won’t have to rely on just their job salary. Continue reading
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How much do you really to retire and enjoy the fruits of your hard work all your life? The answer may be a bit complicated as there are several factors and variables that you need to consider when computing or estimating it.
Before reaching that retirement goal, factors such as your financial capacity to save, knowledge of investment options, and your target year to retire should be considered.
Our lead trainer at Angat Pilinas Coalition for Financial Literacy, Alvin Tabañag, will show us the faster way to estimated the required amount of moolah for a retirement fund in this guest post today. Continue reading
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Tagged how much to save and invest to retire, how to know right amount for retirement, how to save for retirement, percentage to save, retirement table, save and invest from salary